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Corfu Fisherman

By erics
Spotted this fisherman while strolling on the beach

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: willgriffiths, Mick_Clayton, Techno and 5 more


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Techno Plus
7 1.7k 8 England
2 Dec 2008 10:06AM
Really nice Erics, remember the "two thirds rule" when you compose a shot.

Mal

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erics 9 102 United Kingdom
2 Dec 2008 12:09PM
will do ...,i am slowly picking good tips off you guys,thanks anyway.......
pamelajean Plus
10 958 1818 United Kingdom
2 Dec 2008 9:29PM
A good rule from Mal, Erics. There is a lot of "dead" space. Maybe you were trying to get the light on the water into the frame as well? If you had moved to the right so that the fisherman was closer to the rock face and used portrait format, you could have included the light on the water as well as the top of the rock, and the composition would have been tighter. Zooming in to an image like this, until the composition looks good in-camera, would have been best. The rock reflection and that of the fisherman are a nice feature. If you scroll up the picture, you will also see that your horizon is a bit tilted to the left. So many things to think about all at once.
Pamela.
erics 9 102 United Kingdom
3 Dec 2008 9:14AM
Thanks pamela.you are spot on with your comments,
erics.
cassiecat 8 39 46 England
3 Dec 2008 9:50AM
the guys are giving you good tips. keep an eye on the horizon as well as everything else there is to look out for Wink lesley
its handy to use the mod option ( i know you have already)
erics 9 102 United Kingdom
3 Dec 2008 10:33AM
cheers lesley,
you to have given me some good tips
erics

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